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We look forward to hearing from you! While Jenni does her best to read every message posted here as well as respond to each one, she sometimes gets behind due to her busy travel schedule.

Jenni would love to hear from you and truly appreciates your support. One of the best ways to reach her is physical mail—she’s old-fashioned that way. Jenni's mailing address is:

PO Box 40806
Austin, TX 78704
United States

Social media is also a good way to connect. Tweet at Jenni, or post on her Facebook page. She personally manages these pages and tries to respond to each message. See links below.


Life Comes Full Circle: Joining Eating Recovery Center

With recovery, life can come full circle in the most amazing ways. In my new role as a National Recovery Advocate of Eating Recovery Center’s Family Institute, I now work alongside the doctor, Ovidio Bermudez, M.D., who helped me to recover from my own eating disorder! Learn more on my blog. Be sure to read all of the inspiring comments from others about how recovery is possible.

Reach Out to Eating Recovery Center for Help

To speak confidentially with one of our Masters-level therapists, please call 877-957-6575 or fill out a short assessment form here . You don’t have to struggle alone. We’re here to support you on your journey to recovery.

Eating Recovery Day

On May 3rd, Eating Recovery Center will kick off the first-ever “Eating Recovery Day,” an event dedicated to building greater awareness of the pervasive nature of eating disorders and inspiring hope for recovery. Mark your calendar!

Tea Time with Robyn

Working with Eating Recovery Center connects me with fabulous people like author Robyn Cruze, who is also a National Recovery Advocate. Recently, Robyn kicked off an inspiring new web series called Tea Time with Robyn. Her latest video—a chat with college student Rae Thomas—is a must-see for anyone looking to recover from an eating disorder or improve body image.

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Almost Anorexic

Is My (or My Loved One's) Relationship with Food a Problem?

Almost is too close to always. If you (or your loved one’s) relationship with food is a problem, read Jenni’s new book with Harvard Medical School.Read More

Almost Anorexic

Goodbye Ed, Hello Me

Recover from Your Eating Disorder and Fall in Love with Life

Don’t battle an eating disorder forever—recover from it completely! Read the first book of its kind that declares full freedom is possible.Read More

Goodbye Ed, Hello Me

Life Without Ed

How One Woman Declared Independence from Her Eating Disorder and How You Can Too

This groundbreaking book changed the way people look at eating disorders. Use it to change your life. Tenth Anniversary Edition (including audio!) is now available.
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Life Without Ed

Speaking Topics

Business + Corporate

Jenni’s transformative message reaches businesspeople in a wide array of fields, including bankers, realtors, corporate executives, and others.

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Educational Settings

From Harvard, Princeton, and Yale in the East to campuses in Washington, Oregon, and California, Jenni presents in schools across the nation.


Jenni presents at events ranging from large-scale fundraisers and international conferences to treatment centers, parent organizations, and more.

Mental Health Professionals

A wealth of experience speaking in clinical settings, Jenni brings a unique and inspiring perspective—from the other side of the couch.

What is Your Dream?

“Finally found a dream big enough to beat Ed!” Amanda Olsen wrote on Jenni’s Facebook page. Amanda’s dream of studying abroad, which is highlighted in Almost Anorexic, inspired her to fight even harder in recovery from her eating disorder (“Ed”). Do you have a dream that has helped you to overcome adversity in life? We would love to hear from you and to possibly share your story—to inspire others!

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